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GameStop Short-Squeeze Makes Quick Money For The Common Internet-Goer

GameStop Short-Squeeze Makes Quick Money For The Common Internet-Goer

Eric Sugarman, Staff Writer April 7, 2021

On January 13th, an abnormal spike in the value of GameStop stock occurred—the value of the stock jumped by 50%, closing at $31.40 a share—which was unprecedented for the company. This upsurge in GME...

Students voice opinions on new BCPS hybrid plan

Students voice opinions on new BCPS hybrid plan

Cassie Weymouth and Erin Patterson March 19, 2021

As everyone knows, students have been in online school since March of 2020. Finally in Spring 2021, an end is in sight. The official Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS) hybrid plan was released February...

Group pushes to re-open BCPS schools

Varun Khushalani and Geoffrey Dochat February 19, 2021

On Wednesday, January 27 2020, a group of parents and community leaders held a press-conference at Perry Hall High School to outline the grounds for their lawsuit against Baltimore County Public Schools...

What to know: Trump vs Biden

Cassie Weymouth, Staff Writer January 4, 2021

In the wake of the Presidential transition, many Americans believe that this has been one of the most intense elections in American history-- especially as Trump has yet to officially concede. However,...

6 Graphics Explain the Climate Feedback Loop Fueling US Fires by Nancy Harris, Thailynn Munroe and Kelly Levin

Smokey wildfires in California impact Maryland sunsets

Erin Patterson, Staff Writer October 30, 2020

For many years, we have seen the effects of human development: the depletion of Earth’s resources and the accelerating loss of remaining resources. On Sept. 15, 2020, our own Dulaney community saw the...

Baltimore County superintendent announces reopening timeline, immediately reevaluates

Geoffrey Dochat, Editor in Chief October 30, 2020

On Thursday, September 17, 2020, Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Daryl Williams released a timeline for reopening schools, setting dates for returning to classrooms much sooner than the...

Experiences of Essential Workers

Jeffrey Yang, Staff Writer June 22, 2020

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, five million people ages 16-19 were employed in 2019. Of which, 1.7 million were working food service jobs as teenagers searched for entry level jobs....

Senior Athletes’ Season Cut Short

Anna Albergo, Staff Writer June 22, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has forced students of the graduating class of 2020 to miss out on many of the significant and memorable experiences of their senior year, but for student athletes at Dulaney,...

Corona’s effect on classrooms

Christopher Cao and Sarah Shen June 17, 2020

On March 13th, Maryland’s Superintendent of Schools Dr. Karen Salmon announced that due to COVID-19, Maryland schools would be closed for two weeks. This closing has since been extended to the end...

Legacy admissions debated

Faizah Saadmim June 17, 2020

After the discrimination lawsuit brought against Harvard by Asian American students and the Varsity blues scandal, the college admissions process has been under immense scrutiny. At the heart of the problem...

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Distance learning disappoints

Alycia Wong June 17, 2020

As the second state to announce the closing of all public schools on March 12, questions erupted from teachers, students and parents across Maryland. How would students learn? What about AP tests? These...

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